Posts Tagged ‘ Lee Harvey Oswald ’

Review: “The Devil’s Chessboard” By David Talbot

January 8, 2017
Review: “The Devil’s Chessboard” By David Talbot

There are books about the Nazis, books about spies, and books about the Kennedy assassination. David Talbot has managed to link all three in a pretty damned good history lesson about the dirty deals made at the end of World War 2 and beyond. Talbot’s book, “The Devil’s Chessboard – Allen Dulles, The CIA and […]

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Jarnagin, Ruby And Oswald Part 2 – Larry Crafard

May 1, 2016
Jarnagin, Ruby And Oswald Part 2 – Larry Crafard

Dallas attorney Carroll Jarnagin believed that he had seen Lee Harvey Oswald with nightclub owner Jack Ruby before the assassination of President Kennedy. This story is detailed in the previous article at this link: http://www.covertbookreport.com/carroll-jarnagin-did-he-actually-witness-ruby-with-oswald/ Rob Clark of the excellent Podcast “The Lone Gunman” writes in with some more information: “Excellent article and info, Barry […]

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Carroll Jarnagin; Did He Actually Witness Ruby With Oswald?

April 29, 2016
Carroll Jarnagin; Did He Actually Witness Ruby With Oswald?

Did an alcoholic Dallas attorney see Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby together before the Kennedy assassination? By John Titus with research by Carson Horton I’ve been plowing through a new and fairly controversial book by Dr. Jeffery Caufield on the Kennedy assassination titled “General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy”. The author’s website […]

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My Interviews With David Slawson Of The Warren Commission

June 28, 2015
My Interviews With David Slawson Of The Warren Commission

By John Titus There are researchers that spend every day digging deeply into the 50 year-old unsolved mystery of the Kennedy assassination. It’s hard to understand the motivation until you realize that Kennedy’s death in Dallas on November 22nd 1963 provides a road map to unlocking nearly every covert plot since then. We’re talking about […]

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Gerald Ford’s Big Kennedy Assassination Lie

May 17, 2015
Gerald Ford’s Big Kennedy Assassination Lie

Gerald Ford, the guy President Johnson said “was so dumb he couldn’t walk and chew gum at the same time” was known to have been a FBI snitch within the Warren Commission. The Commission of course, had been set up to whitewash the evidence and create the cover story of a single, deranged Lee Harvey […]

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